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Latest Blog Posts for Naija Startups

  • Outlook For 2016
    on Feb 9, 2016
    I remember, the so-called days of future past. I am not talking about watching X-men as a kid, but watching the build up to the past Global financial meltdowns. I wasn't always a bear. In the mid-2000s like most newly self-proclaimed "students of the...
  • Forex strategies: How I Shorted the Naira
    on Dec 17, 2015 in naira Nigeria short stock market
    [Disclaimer: This post is just a case study. I am not writing it to claim that I got rich from some currency short or to encourage any aspiring short sellers on how to make trades or deals that will affect the value of the currency of our beloved cou...
  • "We just wanted to build the market, so we burned through our money," Unknown.
    on Dec 9, 2015 in bubble business failure funding
    Many high flyers are flying straight into a banner with the words of the headline above written on it. It's not totally dumb for a startup to try to burn through a pile of cash and create a new market that it will turn into a future cash cow. It take...
  • App That Finds Your Birthday Mates Launched by Nigerian has the potential of going Viral.
    on Nov 18, 2015
    Launched by a Nigerian, the app that helps you find other people with the same birthday with you I believe is both exciting and has the opportunity to go viral and engage users with new exciting birthday activities and connections. Here is how..Find...
  • How Sustainable is The Startup Ecosystem in Nigeria
    on Sep 2, 2015
    Always launched with much fan fair and a long guest list of celebrities and media people. The Nigerian startup ecosystem may be already partying too much, like it's 1999. Except for the biggest media companies and some fast cash burning big ecommerce...
  • 4 Things That Helped Win World War II Which Are Unthinkable Today.
    on Aug 28, 2015
    World War II was a deadly conflict, it killed millions of soldiers and innocent civilians. It was a war that had to be won at all costs. Some of the tactics employed are unthinkable in this modern day but they were what needed to be done in order for...
  • First Generation of Nigerian Startup Founders: Where Are They Now?
    on Aug 10, 2015
    Around 2007, with cheap money flooding international investors' pockets, Global startup funding began to pick up at a fast rate. Funding had been undergoing sluggish growth since the start of the hangover from the dot-com crash.Social media startups...
  • The Business of Nigerian Content Business | Case Study:
    on Aug 1, 2015
    For a while now, I have been screaming that a great Nigerian content site needs to come out and take all the traffic. I even considered building my own site which will be easy to run and with lots of daily content flow. Nairaland is the one to beat h...
  • My Bubblevaluation
    on Jun 13, 2015
    Bubbles, unicorns, massive new funding rounds, that's all you hear of in the news these days. Even if you stay off the news to avoid all the bubble talk, you can't. It's usually on the front page of the site of your browser's homepage. Too much negat...
  • Nigeria's Un-Real Estate
    on Aug 2, 2013
    With the number of mentions of the word "bubble" on this blog, some of you probably have started viewing me as a doomsday sayer. Well, that's what I actually like about market bubbles, people tend not to see or agree with the predictions till they bu...
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